David Lynch's Club Silencio

American filmmaker to open nightclub in Paris
Club Silencio: A still from David Lynch's Mulholland Drive (2001)
David Lynch is opening a night club in Paris this September, named 'Club Silencio' after the mysterious location in his 2001 film, Mulholland Drive. The exclusive club will feature a concert hall, a cinema, a library and a restaurant (link via Daniel Hartley):
David Lynch aficionados will soon have a new temple to worship at. The cult auteur's latest project is designing a club in Paris. Club Silencio gets its name from the fictional establishment featured in Lynch's lauded 2001 movie Mulholland Drive. Lynch has designed the entire interior of the club, including some striking pieces of furniture. A surreal wooden-speaker stack seems to resemble a nightmarish appropriation of the face of a child's cuddly toy – the eyes being the two circular speaker cones. He's also designed several bespoke chairs and an asymmetrical double sofa, footstool and side- table combination.

The private members' club is at 142 Rue Montmartre, not far from the Paris Stock Exchange. [...]

Club Silencio was slated to open in June, but will now launch in September. The club will also feature a private film screening room. As you might expect from a Lynch project, much is still shrouded in secrecy. Those involved with the club reveal little, saying information will be released nearer to the opening date. But this cloud of obfuscation hasn't stopped Lynch's devoted fanbase from excitably posting leaks, titbits and photographs on internet forums and Facebook. Club Silencio, it seems, won't stay quiet for long. [Read More]